Who handwrote the original copy of Indian Constitution?

Prem Behari Narain Raizada (Saxena), the man who hand wrote the original Constitution of India. Within a vault-like room in the Library of the Parliament of India in New Delhi sit helium-filled cases – 30x21x9 inches.

How was the original copy of the Constitution written?

The constitution was written in italic style

Prem Bihari Narayan Raizada, a resident of Delhi, wrote it beautifully in italic style, while the artists of Shanti Niketan decorated each page of this document very efficiently.

Who wrote our Constitution?

Prem Behari Narain Raizada (Saxena), the man who hand wrote the original Constitution of India. Within a vault-like room in the Library of the Parliament of India in New Delhi sit helium-filled cases – 30x21x9 inches.

How many original copies of the Constitution are there?

Only 25 Dunlap Copies are known to still exist. The last Dunlap copy sold at auction was offered by Sotheby’s on eBay on June 29, 2000 and brought $8.14 million from collector Norman Lear, who partnered with Silicon Valley investor David Hayden.

Why is Indian Constitution kept in helium?

Why gas chamber? The Indian Constitution is written in black ink. The ink oxidizes quickly and to preserve it, the humidity is required to be kept around 50 grams per cubic meter. Hence the Airtight Chamber was created for the Indian Constitution.

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What was part 7 of Indian Constitution?

The parts of the Indian Constitution along with Subject and Articles they cover are given below.

Parts of Indian Constitution.

Part Subject Articles
Part V The Union Art. 52 to 151
Part VI The States Art. 152 to 237
Part VII Repealed by Const. (7th Amendment) Act, 1956
Part VIII The Union Territories Art. 239 to 242
Contradictory India